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Perazzi M-T-6

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by 15thct, Nov 16, 2008.

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  1. 15thct

    15thct TS Member

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    I read the Perazzi M-T-6 was produced as a lower price alternative for anyone considering a Perazzi O/U. Does anyone have anything ...positive or negative... to say about the Perazzi M-T-6?

    Thank You

    Bill Jefford
     
  2. rennerize

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    No drop out triggers are the only drawback.
    Don
     
  3. Dickgshot

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    Though an excellent gun, it never achieved great popularity. The striped receiver was one factor, and I don't think people were crazy about the choke tubes. Also the rib was different. As a result, it's a gun you can get at a bargain price compared to other Perazzi's of the 70's.
     
  4. EuroJoe

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    They also were sometimes available with blued receivers and also color-cased.
    No need for drop-out trigger, they have coil springs, and have external bbl. selectors. They make excellent sporting clay guns as well as trap guns, I have one with with a 34" unsingle as well as the 32" O/U.
     
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    around where I shoot they are the least popular of all the older Perazzie's, and the Most popular are the MX3 Specials TM1's and TMX's MX8's now I am sure that they are good guns but the others are suppose to be Great Guns, but what do we Easterns Know
     
  6. EuroJoe

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    What's a left -handed forend? MX-12 wood will fit for buttstock. If I read the Perazzi catalog correctly, all US guns are neutral cast. An adjustable comb will probably solve your problem.
     
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    15thct.....I had one when they were first issued. When I patterned it, it shot about 6" to the left. After I complained ALOT, they corrected it. Also , the bottom barrel was fixed at the end, and as it heated up, the point of impact changed. I unloaded it!!! Tom B
     
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